In the battle of the supermarkets, Tesco’s bad-faith allegations are deemed groundless, whilst Lidl’s survey evidence is deemed typically cost-effective
The case serves as a warning to future litigants considering running bad-faith invalidity arguments that rebutting the presumption of good-faith filing is a significant hurdle to get over.
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